It's not about us

January 17th, 2013
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Whenever there is a national story about something unfortunate — or, in yesterday's situation, bizarre —  involving a resident of the 50th state, we always hear the refrain: This will make Hawaii look bad.

The inclusiveness is because this is a state that treats each as his own. It is why many took an interest in Philadelphia when Shane Victorino played there, why we texted support for Jasmine Trias, why we watch Hawaii Five-O on Monday nights.

And it is why most share the responsibility for things that are not of our doing, such as the Wonder Blunder and Dog the Bounty Hunter, to name two.

We're Hawaii. This is what we do. We take things personally, even though we're not affected personally.

But while yesterday's revelations were bizarre and intriguing, and in the next few days (weeks? months?) will become even more bizarre and more intriguing, it is not our burden.

Except for some reputations and the guy who finished third in the Heisman voting, no harm was done.

Hawaii will be fine.

We'll be fine.

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The volleyball Warriors departed yesterday for Long Beach, where they will play the 49ers tomorrow and Saturday.

Here are Matt Cheape, Taylor Averill, Johann Timmer and Nick West:

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Here's Sinisa Zarkovic:

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Here's Kolby Kanetake:

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402 Responses to “It's not about us”

  1. wowlaulau:

    1st?


  2. jeezy33:

    ST. Whether from Hawaii or not, this news is ridiculous. I don't think it is a Hawaii thing. This news has over shadowed Chip Kelly and Lance Armstrong.

    So obviously it will be big news in Hawaii. Only difference really is that there are more naive people in Hawaii to believe Manti actually got hoaxed when he still has spoken publicly about it. If he just comes clean about it, no one will really care.


  3. Stephen Tsai:

    Jeezy:
    Poor Armstrong. His Oprah interview airs today.


  4. redzone:

    Yep reputations were damaged. See list then add our own local media.

    http://www.sbnation.com/2013/1/16/3884198/the-list-people-who-never-looked-up-lennay-kekua


  5. Pomai:

    All this talk reminds me of this old saying, “Don’t judge a man until you have walked a mile in his shoes”.


  6. jeezy33:

    To talk about relevant news, do recruits fly in today? Or strictly local?


  7. Chicken Grease:

    Of course Hawaii will be fine -- no Te'o (or any other wayward Hawaii celebrity) speaks on a Grease's behalf.

    Ohayoooooooogozaimasu

    Not a Grease's lyrics . . . but, The Smiths' lyrics, you '80s freaks (like a Grease) might know :) :

    Girlfriend in a coma
    I know
    I know
    It's seriouuuuus

    Girlfriend in a coma
    I know
    I know
    It's really serious
    There were times
    When I could have . . .

    Why is this, essentially, the first time the press is catching [oh, lawd, a Grease might need to get help 'bout stopping these puns :P] on to this "catfish" thing.

    There's "catfishing" . . . and then, there's "Chicken Greasing" (when yo' a5$ is found out ;) )

    The truth has a certain ring to it - Hemingway.

    Deadspin got it right (e.g., "5 selective dates of deathh"; check out today's edition). ESPN seems to be split, but, the likes of Mike and Mike got it right.

    Now's the time to separate those who kid themselves and those who DON'T kid themselves.

    # # #


  8. DoubleB:

    So true ST


  9. redzone:

    I am surprised that the paparazzi didn't catch this one. Da buggas sleeping or what?


  10. mo808:

    Good Morning!


  11. Annoddah Dave:

    ST & Tsaiko Blog Dogs:

    You're right we are fine but it pains us to see a young person get snookered. It could have been our son or daughter.


  12. Moocher:

    Amen....
    With another opinion...what will make hawaii look bad is not what one person does, it's what we do collectively as a community.

    To the Te'o family, what was done either right or wrong does not matter. What's happening now must be amazingly difficult and I pray you all find peace and support through this time. After reading comments from espn, I had to say enough is enough and my concern is no longer with what happened-my concern is the health of a family's spirit and love for one another. I think one thing Hawaii is good at is realizing when humanity and concern and aloha trumps all.


  13. tom mui:

    GOOD MORNING HAWAII!

    Maybe today's the day that all the facts are made known so that judgment(s) may be made.

    I really don't care for guys that go away claiming they are playing "for Hawaii". The only ones I care for are the ones that are playing for Hawaii, University of.

    In my previous life, I used to joke that I only liked to hear one side of the story as hearing both sides only confused me. That is perhaps why I don't like to throw stones until all the facts are brought out.

    'nuf said.


  14. Old Diver:

    What most people don't realize is reality shows are actually scripted. Jersey Shore, The Housewives, The Real World etc are all scripted just like Hawaii 50. Only those unaware of this believe the Catfish show is real. Even shows like the Bachelor which is currently on TV is highly scripted and manipulated with scenes shot over. Sorry for bursting some bubbles here but in general people are not that stupid. In general.


  15. Old Diver:

    The other confusing part is during a taped interview Manti tells the reporter that he received a letter from Lennay the day before the Stanford game a month after she died. He also tells the reporter that he received a letter from her just before the Wake Forrest game which took place on November 17th. Don't know what to make of this.


  16. Wes'side Warrior:

    Howzit, Gang!

    Yes, it's true... we do take ownership of nearly everything that is "Hawaii"... proud of the good things, and embarrassed of the bad or negative. We'd like to believe it's a unique position, but in reality, there are many throughout this country, and in fact this world, who behave the same way.

    I'm glad I was busy enough to not have the time to invest in what was going on yesterday. Caught snippets here and there, but just not enough time to get fully enveloped in it all. Seems like it was a good thing, as the developments kept changing with each passing hour.

    Anyways, hope you all are doing good. Bundle up! Weather report (the real weather, not the jazz group) forecasts freezing overnight, with possible snow tomorrow morning, along with black ice everywhere. People are freaking out here. We'll see how things play out. Hate to be out and about with people who have little to no experience in these kinds of road conditions. For all of you in such situations throughout this winter season, be careful and be safe!


  17. Stephen Tsai:

    Jeezy:
    Since my Mayan calendar expired, my dates have been off.
    No recruits in this weekend.
    The ensuing two weekends there will be recruits a-plenty flying in.


  18. SteveM:

    Good morning everyone!

    ST -- regarding your blog entry today... roger dat!
    Only thing I find interesting is the girl friend setup...and that could happen to anyone, anywhere. :|


  19. Independent Thinker:

    The character of each of the posters is evident by how each has commented on the Te'o situation.

    One cartoon character in particular comes across as being extremely jealous of anyone who has achieved success without first obtaining his blessing. We all know who this is as he posts the most of all posters, with this fact tending to suggest this blog is his entire life and that he probably does not have a job and lives at home with his parents.

    Me, I will wait till all the facts are out before I make a final conclusion. Tuiasosopo should be sought out and interviewed in depth. The truth rests with Tuiasosopo. That is my take on this so far.


  20. PeteJek:

    This is a crazy, bizarre story to say the least. Where there's smoke, there's fire and someone will definitely get burned in this.


  21. gobows:

    is MT related to louis & lane santiago?


  22. kev-1:

    Old Diver,

    Yes, reality shows are scritped. Yes, Catfish is a reality show. But, I hate to burst your bubble too if you think that situations like those portrayed on the show Catfish aren't real. I am not saying that Manti is clear of wrongdoing or not. But these kinds of things DO happen in todays internet world.


  23. redzone:

    Just me but I hope Manti will be found innocent of any wrong doing.

    No recruits so I will be back to lurking.


  24. oldie:

    Morning Tsaikos!

    To get back to Warrior football, yesterday Kekoa mentioned getting a call from the UH regarding his Na Koa contribution. That entry kind of got lost in the big story of the day.

    I also got a call. From Assistant Coach Keith Uperesa no less. He called to thank me for my donation (it was such a small one). I thanked him for all the hard work all the coaches were putting in. He was very cordial. Very impressed with him.


  25. kev-1:

    In the article today about Manti's draft stock, the NFL scout said that he could not believe how Te'o could be so good all year only to look horrible in the championship game. It was revealed by Notre Dame that Te'o confronted them about the hoax in December. I can only imagine that the burden of this secret was weighing heavily on his mind.

    The Notre Dame AD seemed pretty darn convinced based on what evidence that they uncovered through their investigation of the matter that Te'o was the victim. I will waid until those details emerge before deciding how to feel about Te'o. I will not place all of my opinion on a deadspin article.


  26. kev-1:

    sorry for the typos . . . waid should say wait


  27. kifi:

    gobows:

    January 17th, 2013 at 8:45 am
    is MT related to louis & lane santiago?

    Their sister is Manti's mom.


  28. jm2375:

    Good morning Tsaikos!

    Belated welcome to Mr. Kirkwood.

    I'll keep my opinions to myself (and maybe to a few others :roll: ).

    Gave up listening to sports talk a few months ago, mostly because I was looking for an election-free station. I don't miss the screaming and yelling and dumb arse comments by the hosts and listeners.


  29. PurpleMaple:

    Warrior Nation has two visiting this weekend: BRAXTON ISAAC 1/18
    KALAN MONTGOMERY 1/19. So this is not happening?


  30. Stephen Tsai:

    From what I understand, there are no visitors this weekend. Then again, my calendar expired.


  31. gobows:

    well, when Manti Te'o gets paid in the NFL, he can make it right by donating huge amounts of money to the National Children's Leukemia Foundation (NCLF), 800givehope, info@leukemiafoundation.org. NCLF is one of the leading non-profit organizations in the battle against leukemia and cancer in children and adults.

    he can also do a bone-marrow donor drive, all it takes to register is a cheek swab, no needles, no blood needed.

    i give, i'm registered, and my sister is in queens...her body is not producing white blood cells...she has leukemia.


  32. Chicken Grease:

    My, my, my, my, my, my, my

    - Johnny Gill

    Should a Grease precede those lyrics with an "I"? ;)


  33. Old School Dave:

    That's it. I'm taking away my kid's phones and computers!!

    But, seriously, this stuff will blow over. Manti will move on and prepare for the NFL Draft and will probably be financially set for life (if he has a good financial planner).

    How many more weeks to NLI Day?


  34. al:

    i enjoy the drama that is football recruiting that which culminates on the first wednesday of february.

    exciting times.

    i wonder why though, the ncaa does not have an early signing period as does most or all of the sports?

    an early signing period that say ends in august, first wednesday, would be great for the recruits who do sign because then they could focus on the season and academics.


  35. DoubleB:

    @31 make what right do you know something? I think all the facts (confusing, and conflicting) should be considered... But for sure not complete yet. Let's wait and see.


  36. gobows:

    #25
    who's the chick reagan mauia is talking about?
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/01/16/reagan-mauia-says-lennay-kekua-is-real/

    ST:
    what number did mauia wear in the game at michigan state?


  37. al:

    the one thing that i'd like answered is;
    why, if it were a hoax, didn't manti te'o deny that publicly as soon as it appeared?

    was he advised by the institution or his confidants to keep it hushed?
    what remarks did he make when it became national news that both his grandma and "girlfriend" had passed on?


  38. gobows:

    #33
    20 days to NLI


  39. jeezy33:

    I do know coaches are in home visiting with Billy Vaughn Jr and Titus Failauga today so makes sense no visitors...


  40. Stephen Tsai:

    gobows:
    I'm sorry to hear about your sister.
    But starting a bone-marrow drive is a wonderful idea.


  41. Stephen Tsai:

    It's between Hawaii and San Diego State for those two. I had heard Oregon or Oregon State mentioned for Titus. Not sure if that's really the case.
    This is where we send in Screecher 1 for a recon mission.


  42. Chicken Grease:

    Gambatte to your sister, gobows. Prayers and well wishes to her!


  43. jimmy the lock:

    Oh! what a tangled web we weave
    When first we practice to deceive!

    Marmion, Sir Walter Scott

    BTW, interview was scrapped.


  44. Kevin:

    ST,

    Did they film any intro videos for the mens vball team like last season?

    Nick West's one was the best.


  45. jeezy33:

    Sports Center reporting that former ND teammates are coming out now saying they knew Manti gf didn't exist... Not surprising. I may get chewed out for this but its starting to look like the only thing that makes sense is he hasn't come out of the closet yet and this GF was created as a cover up.


  46. Jun Tao:

    where is Michelle Wie when we need her?


  47. Stephen Tsai:

    Kevin:
    They did. But it was a regular pose.
    No Burt Reynolds-in-Cosmo poses this year.


  48. gobows:

    40 & 42 mahalo

    yeah, i registered back in the 90's when they had the drive for Alana Dung.
    the registry is world wide, but not large enough


  49. kakaako kid:

    Brian Kelly to NFL stuff now makes sense.
    Has UH contacted any Chip Kelly (Oregon) recruits?


  50. jimmy the lock:

    Welcome Keith Kirkwood!


  51. al:

    st, but screecher1 is headed for the west coast for her continuing education.


  52. slenzi:

    Some web sites postulating that Teo used hoax to delay coming out of the closet.


  53. whitey:

    enjoy and have a safe, healthy day.


  54. jm2375:

    al - Screecher #1 is a classmate of said football player, but isn't friends with nor talks to said player. Screecher's list of schools are all DII or DIII.


  55. Slugger:

    GO VolleyBows!!!

    I'm ignoring the Te'o thing....


  56. papajoe2:

    On Mauia's comment, is she still alive or did she die?


  57. al:

    jm411...i realize that and that is why i questioned st's suggestion to have screecher1 talk to and try to advise pac5 recruit of the merits of staying home and play when in fact she will be going to the mainland.


  58. al:

    ppj2...he said he met her in person while in samoa.


  59. Hilo Moon:

    re: post #12

    Moocher - well said - thanks.


  60. Kevin:

    Its UH basketball Thursday!

    From HawaiiAthletics.com

    STOCKTON, Calif.—The University of Hawai'i women's basketball team (7-8, 3-1 Big West) travels to California for a two-game road swing to face Pacific (12-3, 2-1 BWC) and UC Davis (5-9, 0-3 BWC). The 'Bows will battle UOP—who is undefeated (7-0) at home—first on Thursday, Jan. 17 at 7:00 pm in the Alex G. Spanos Center. Hawai'i will then head to UC Davis for a 2:00 pm game on Saturday, Jan. 19.

    After dropping their conference opener at Cal State Fullerton, the Rainbow Wahine bounced back with a vengeance to win their last three straight games—including their two-game homestand against UC Irvine and Long Beach State. UH is now tied with Cal Poly for second place in the Big West behind undefeated Cal State Northridge who is now 4-0 in conference action. Hawai'i is a half-game ahead of the Tigers who won their first two games against UC Davis and UC Santa Barbara before falling at Cal Poly in triple overtime, 95-96 this past Saturday.

    Junior forward Kamilah Martin is coming off a season-high performance as she recorded her sixth double-double of the season and 35th of her career in UH's win over Long Beach State. Martin scored a season-high 27 points to go with a game-high 13 rebounds—including a season-high six offensive boards. Overall, Martin continues to lead UH just a shade under a double-double averaging 15.9 points and 9.9 rebounds. She also has a team-high 18 steals and is second on the team with 28 assists. Martin now needs just 34 points to become the 17th Rainbow Wahine to hit the 1,000 point milestone. Her seven defensive rebounds against LBSU tied her with Christen Roper for fourth place in UH history with 498 defensive rebounds and she is also just four rebounds shy of tying Tanya Smith for third place all-time in UH history with 816 total rebounds. She is also just two offensive boards away from tying Smith at 302 for second all-time for UH.

    Rookie guard Ashleigh Karaitiana is second on the team with 8.9 points per game is third on the squad with 4.6 rebounds and 10 steals. She and Martin are the only two Rainbow Wahine to start all 15 games thus far this season. In conference action, Shawna-Lei Kuehu has come on strong off the bench to average 9.3 points per game with a team-high four blocked shots and four steals. Kuehu, who missed six games due to a concussion suffered in UH's opener at San Francisco, is just finding her groove after missing most of last seasons due to personal reasons.

    Pacific Tigers (9-3, 2-1 BWC)
    Pacific has come out of the gates strong this season, opening with a seven game win streak before falling to Florida and Stanford in the middle of December. But the Tigers regrouped to string another five straight wins before falling in triple overtime at Cal Poly this past Saturday, 95-96. In the loss, UOP's starting five all had solid games scoring at least 13 points apiece. Ashley Wakefield led Pacific with 23 points on 9-of-17 shooting while Kendall Kenyon had a team-high 12 rebounds.

    UOP has a balanced attack with four players averaging over double-digits in points, led by Kendall Rodriguez who is scoring 12.7 points per game. She is solid across the board with 5.6 rebounds, 33 assists, and 21 steals. She leads the Tigers with an .826 free throw percentage (38-of-46) and is second on the team with 26 made 3-pointers. Gena Johnson is second on the team with 12.0 points per outing and has dished out a team-high 52 assists while Kendall Kenyon leads the team with 10.3 rebounds per game and 24 blocked shots. Kenyon is averaging 11.7 points per game.

    Game 16 Tipoff Notes
    Who: Hawai'i (7-8, 3-1 BWC) vs. Pacific (12-3, 2-1 Big West)
    Date: Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013
    Time: 7:00 p.m. PT (5:00 p.m. HT)
    Where: Alex G. Spanos (6,150) - Stockton, Calif.
    Streaming Video: BigWest.TV
    Audio Webcast: Live audio streaming will be available at pacifictigers.com at http://client.stretchinternet.com/client/uop.portal#
    Live Stats: Live in-game stats are available at pacifictigers.com
    Coaches: Hawai'i head coach Laura Beeman is in her first season at the helm of the Rainbow Wahine program. She has a 7-8 overall record and a 3-1 mark in conference. Prior UH, Beeman made her mark at the junior college level where she enjoyed a phenomenally successful 15-year run as the head coach at Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC). There she led the Mounties to 10 conference championships and four California Community College State Championships—including a string of three straight from 2006-08. Beeman posted a 390-110 (.780) record during her tenure at Mt. SAC. Pacific's head coach Lynne Roberts is in her seventh season with an 80-115 career record.
    Series Record: Hawai'i leads UOP in their series history, 25-8. The 'Bows are 10-6 in Stockton; 12-0 at home and 3-2 in neutral site games. UH won their last two meetings in 1996 when the 'Bows were in the Big West their first go-around

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    HONOLULU – The University of Hawai`i men's basketball team (9-7, 3-2 BWC) returns home for a pair of Big West home games this week, beginning with a contest versus Pacific (9-7, 3-1 BWC) on Thursday, Jan. 17. Tipoff is set for 7:00 p.m., at the Stan Sheriff Center.

    Both teams enter the game with identical overall records. Pacific has won three straight league games, including a pair of emphatic home wins last weekend. The Tigers are in a tie for second in the Big West standings, a half game ahead of the Rainbow Warriors who sit in a three-way tie for fourth place. After starting the season 3-0, the 'Bows fell from their first-place perch after a pair of tight losses at UC Irvine and Long Beach State in the program's first-ever Big West road games.

    UH's loss at Long Beach State was particularly agonizing. The team erased a double-digit deficit late in the game and put themselves in position to defeat the defending league champions. Instead, the 49ers won on a shot by Mike Caffey with less than two seconds remaining. Redshirt freshman Brandon Jawato scored a team-high 16 points in the loss and leads the team at 13.8 ppg in Big West contests.

    Meanwhile, senior center Vander Joaquim is close to a UH milestone. Joqauim needs just nine points to reach 1,000 career points, a feat accomplished by just 14 other players in program history.

    Following its game against Pacific, UH will host UC Davis on Saturday, Jan. 19.

    Game 17 Tipoff Notes
    Who: Hawai'i (9-7, 3-2 Big West) vs. Pacific (9-7, 3-1 Big West)
    Date: Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013
    Time: 7:00 p.m.
    Where: Stan Sheriff Center (10,300) - Honolulu, HI
    Television: Live statewide on OCSports – Channels 16 (SD) and 1016 (HD). Kanoa Leahey (play-by-play) Tony Sellitto (color) and Artie Wilson (color) on the call.
    Streaming Video: Live video streaming is available on ocsports.tv.
    Radio: ESPN 1420 AM will carry the game live with Bobby Curran (play-by-play) and Jeff Portnoy (color). Neighbor islands can listen live on KNUI on Maui, KHLO in Hilo, KKON in Kona, and KTOH on Kaua'i.
    Audio Webcast: Live audio streaming on espn1420am.com
    Live Stats: Live in-game stats are available at HawaiiAthletics.com
    Ticket Information: $26 (lower); $18 (upper-adult); $16 (upper-sr. citizen); $5 (upper-youth, ages 4-HS); UH Manoa students free with validated ID. Parking $6.
    Promotions: First Insurance is the sponsor of Thursday's game and will distribute 500 basketball drawstring bags The student theme is “Green & White Night” as the first 200 students will receive a free t-shirt to create a green-and-white stripe effect in section F.
    Coaches: Gib Arnold is in his third year at UH (44-36). Bob Thomason is in his 25th season at Pacific (423-316) and 28th season overall (475-343).
    Series Information: Series tied, 4-4

    Almost like a tale of two teams on different sides of the spectrum right now. The Wahine have the momentum in the top half of the Big West while the Rainbow Warriors are looking to get that groove back to keep them in the top half of the Big West. Looks like PG play for both programs are also opposites at this time.


  61. Kevin:

    Did my actual sports news contribution for the day so far.

    Back to the sewing circle conversations.

    Continue on ladies!


  62. WarriorMojo:

    Kevin, it don't matter to me that it don't matter to you. Got it? Good.


  63. WarriorMojo:

    SteveM, re "You Don't Bring Me Flowers"

    Actually, don't think I ever sang with Esme. Just not in her class or even close to it.

    Also, got bad associations on two levels. First, it was my ex ex ex's song with her ex before me.

    Second, that song would be a leading candidate for the title song for the MT/LK movie, dontcha think?


  64. Hillary:

    Men stereotyping...how fun. Guess you've never been to a sewing circle.


  65. cocobean:

    Kevin, thanks for the info on WBB. Love this team. Will watch opnline till 6P then head off to watch the Men's game.


  66. kimo browner:

    Looking ahead to the warrior 2013 footbal schedule as it applies to the new MWC realignment and its pending revised schedule--it appears Hawaii has 5 interconference games. Traditionally, in a two-division-12 team format, 9 conference games are played, meaning there will be 4 cross-over, inter-division games. Not sure what will develop MWC wise, but USC, Oregon State, BYU, Army and Navy represent a challenging IC schedule.
    Hawaii can only honor these games if they are allowed to play 8 MWC games. Another factor will be the date the conference schedules its championship game, which are tradtionally scheduled in the first week of December. That would conflict with the BYU home game...


  67. Annoddah Dave:

    ST & Tsaiko Blog Dogs:

    See where a real GF got a Super Bowl gig on TV's Inside Edition. Katherine Webb is supposed to be the Alabama qb's GF. Not bad for being together only about a month or so.


  68. cocobean:

    #19. Indy where have you been? Steve doesn't post here anymore. Who you talkin' 'bout?


  69. Chicken Grease:

    What would papa have told # 5, indeed? Ha. Ha. Ha.


  70. oldtimer808:

    It is disconcerning to read all these comments and even if getting all the facts before throwing stones, well I tell ya we are all imperfect so whether you have all the facts as you perceived them to be, keep the stones on the ground where they belong. These are the problems when you become a public figure so what ever is the truth it is between Teo and ultimately God. We all make mistakes ...everyone ....no one is perfect. Now back to important things great recruiting and Chow and staff are working hard to find the right players. GO RAINBOW WARRIORS!!!


  71. Ryan:

    From Lennay Kekua's twitter feed: (http://twitter.com/lennaykay)

    "My statement: This is incredibly embarrassing to talk about, but I have been told by Alabama's offense that Manti Te'o is not real."

    Seems more likely that this was a hoax that Manti didn't know about now, no?


  72. Kaimiloa:

    That Katherine Webb gives off a warning vibe. Something about her says opportunist.


  73. A-House:

    Does UH have a # 1 punter? how good is he - distance, hang time?

    IS there a "kicker" who will challenge whats his name - sorry mind is weak and back is weaker!


  74. jm2375:

    al - ST said a "recon mission", not to try to persuade him. Besides, I think she might qualify as a booster...

    Go Volleybows! Sweep da Beach!
    (Need to give Max Wechsung a good nickname, since I see from the UHAD website that Max is short for Maximum :lol: )


  75. Chicken Grease:

    You know . . . a Grease praised the press -- specifically, the "check and balance function served by a free press -- at the end of a Tsai entry the day before yesterday, near the end of posts.

    Today . . . a Grease criticizes them. NBC's Today show, Bobby Curran, a few others, (actually, ESPN, and SA have been hard core objective on this, however) well, they all seem to be looking in the other direction.

    But, don't look now, because . . . unless you're kidding yourself a la "OJ didn't do it" (and by the way, there's no LAPD mishandling in this case) . . . you just can't look at the guy in the same way anymore.

    This is the ONLY local sports story right now.
    Again. Don't kid yourselves.


  76. WarriorMojo:

    I SINCERELY hope that Te'o has a clear explanation for this and that he is cleared of wrong doing in this whole affair, not for his sake, but for the sake of his most loyal supporters. THEY are the ones getting hurt by this. The people who bought into the hype the deepest are now left twisting, trying to balance their faith against the seemingly overwhelming evidence.

    If Teo was truly victimized, then he should go public with everything. Every second that goes by without him defending himself causes more and more pain to the people he should care about most. If he's got evidence to support his claims, bring it! Show the cell phone records of eight hour phone calls. Show the receipt for flower delivery. Show a few photos or copies of text messages. How hard is that?

    How can this dude be absent when his friends and family are being called the worst names possible? Liar, scammer, fraud. Isn't his whole image about caring for friends and family? Well, dude, your friends and family are being slaughtered right now because of YOU. Step up and vindicate yourself. Step up and admit you were involved. Whatever it is, just STEP UP! Good people, innocent people, are being hurt by this, by YOU.


  77. WarriorMojo:

    And that goes TRIPE to you Pops Te'o.


  78. WarriorMojo:

    TRIPLE not TRIPE.


  79. A-House:

    NFC championship:

    If Atlanta goes heavily to a "pass offense", I fear that the 49ers may have some problems.

    This year, like last year, the secondary gives up a lot of yardage for whatever reason. Pass defense seems to be their weakest point. Yet, the DC is mentioned as one of the best in the NFL. To me, this does not jive.

    Yet, I like the 49ers to win - my team since the late 40's.

    For the AFC, I like the Ravens - don't know if they will beat the Patriots, but the 9.5 point spread may give me a winner!!!


  80. WarriorMojo:

    Sports Illustrated transcript.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/college-football/news/20130117/manti-teo-girlfriend-hoax-quotes/?sct=hp_t11_a2&eref=sihp


  81. cocobean:

    Someone has thin skin. Ha Ha Ha.


  82. Bulla:

    WarriorMojo well said, too much smokescreens being laid. No need for a prepared statement by his agent, no need for more time to prepare....no need.

    Reminds me of small kidz time.....two haole guys in the middle of the street saying "what...what what...what what what...and so forth"

    and then one local guy against any other person, "what....cracks" nuf sed

    one person knows the truth, and THE TRUTH SHALL SET YOU FREE....that's all i'm going to say.

    no need to judge, just move on, and let the truth be told, not too hard. what was mark twain's quote, something to the effect 'the more you tell the truth the less you have to remember' or something like that.

    HAPPY NEW YEAR, by the way..... :)


  83. Kevin:

    Thin skin develops when you obsess and obsess on internet blogs out of the sunlight. It only weakens the epidermis. Very weak people that are shaken by anything that goes against the internet world in which they have built for themselves.

    Not too long ago, I would have opted to go back and forth, but thankfully I have grown out of it, but unfortunately people twice my age will never.


  84. Kevin:

    Maximum Wechsung??? Great opportunities lay right there!!! Hope he gets a decent nickname. Possibly the worst nickname given to a student athlete that was created by a 3rd party whom shall remain nameless is... well. I dont even wanna say it. Anyone that watched Rainbow Wahine Volleyball last season will know what I mean. :lol:


  85. Pomai:

    #74 jm2375 - you are correct Screecher #1 is a booster as defined by the ncaa.


  86. Chicken Grease:

    Heh, no, no. Ain't no way you coulda' saw what came after " the question."

    Got your answer, though. But, not from a Grease :) .


  87. Former UH Athlete:

    Check this out...

    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaaf-dr-saturday/usc-becomes-even-bigger-joke-reports-flat-brawl-212618191--ncaaf.html

    That's the kind of article aimed at getting recruits to de-commit from USC... Chow should see if he can steal a player or two.


  88. Former UH Athlete:

    That article was probably leaked by UCLA or Oregon friendly media members.


  89. A-House:

    Wow, if Coach Chow goes after certain recruits to Oregon and or USC, will he have enough scholarships to hand out or will he take scholarship(s) away from current players?


  90. Former UH Athlete:

    This Te'o situation is just strange. I hope he's innocent, but deadspin did an impressive amount of investigation and lead following and based on their findings, it appears Te'o had some level of involvement on the hoax. He's had past tv interviews that contradict his stance as a victim.

    To make things more weird, former UH player Reagan Mauia sent a message to ESPN saying that he was friends with "Lennay Kekua" and her family back in Samoa. He said that a few years ago, he lent a shoulder to grieve on because at that time, "Lennay Kekua's" father had just past away. Mauia said that this took place before Te'o had "met" "Lennay Kekua."

    This might be the strangest thing I've seen in sports.

    On a positive note, this shouldn't hurt Te'o's draft status that much. He's still an awesome LB and probably a 1st round pick.


  91. Not an Expert:

    When Teo mentioned to the media he wanted to win the Heisman for the state of Hawaii, that is when things started to spiral downward. I said to myself when I read that he will not win the Heisman. Call it conspiracy or whatever but there are those who think of Hawaii as another country.


  92. Former UH Athlete:

    #89 If Chow can land players that de-commit from Oregon or USC, like any other coach he'll be glad to make room for them.

    I have no idea if Chow could land anyone as a result of the article, but that article is clearly designed to get recruits to second guess their future involvement to USC. That's one of the dirty sides to recruiting... using the media to bash another program.


  93. papajoe2:

    #58 al, Mauia met her before she met Manti.


  94. BigWave96744:

    I sent this to the Josh Pacheco Show:

    You know how locals send condolence cards to families upon hearing of a death.
    Most time when they throw in some "kala" (money) to the grieving family.
    There must have been friends and family who sent something small to the Te'o or "Kekua" ohana.
    If anyone sent money to the "Kekua" family and not returned, this could be construed as Fraud.


  95. BigWave96744:

    Maybe we need Donna


  96. Former UH Athlete:

    #91... that's entirely possible. 90% of the mainland population thinks that everybody drinks mai tais, "Hawaiian Pizza" came from Hawaii. everybody knows how to surf and typical family gatherings include coconut bras and hula skirts.


  97. BigWave96744:

    Donna Mercado Kim, that is :)

    Where did cards, flowers, gifts from Manti get sent?


  98. BigWave96744:

    BREAKING NEWS FROM THE CRYPT


  99. Former UH Athlete:

    #94, I think either deadspin or an ESPN reporter mentioned that about $3,000 was raised. I can't confirm, but that's a number I clearly remember hearing regarding Kekua.


  100. wafan:

    100?


  101. BigWave96744:

    Lennay Kekua is an ancient alien who actually was left earth on 12/21/12 along with the Mayans


  102. wafan:

    Yahoo!


  103. BigWave96744:

    Btw, where's Laura?


  104. Last Call:

    I agree with Dave Reardon. "Manti Te’o was either extremely naive or incredibly manipulative."


  105. A-House:

    BigWave:

    are you an Ancient Alien fan also?

    Mrs A-House can sit for hours on end to watch that show.

    While tthier individual explanations may be unacceptable to many, it sure sounds good to me!


  106. Former UH Athlete:

    Here's the article to support my comment #90...

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/17/lennay-kekua-reagan-mauia-manti-teo_n_2492353.html

    The biggest loser isn't Kekua, ND, or Te'o.... the biggest loser is Lance Armstrong... Armstrong is an ego-maniac and the whole Te'o story is taking the limelight away from the Oprah interview as the top news story, which seemed impossible two days ago. His Oprah interview is a calculated move to either repair image, take down others, or its a sick move to get ready for a book deal. I'm sure the spotlight being on Te'o is irking Lance.


  107. BigWave96744:

    AHouse, A.A., WWE, and Santa Claus are more real that Lennay Kekua :)


  108. Old School Dave:

    On a more uplifting note: I just heard that Tiger Woods just proposed to his ex. She is thinking about it, but has demanded a $350 million "Don't you dare cheat on me again" clause, which Tiger has agreed to.


  109. masteruke:

    as someone wrote before if you go to play for ND, Oregon or whatever you are not playing for Hawaii. You are first playing for yourself and that school you are going too. To try and make yourself look good is BS. And what is a bigger pile of crap is that he is trying to get us to believe his stories filled with inconsistencies. To fall in love with someone you never met, did meet, thought you met is unreal. They better check him for head trauma before
    he gets drafted by any team in the NFL


  110. Kevin:

    HEY!!!! The WWE is VERY REAL.

    They have an IPO on the stock market. Ive been to Wrestlemania 23 at Ford Field with 80,000 others in attendance!!!

    Its real to me damnit!! LOL!!! :wink:


  111. Kevin:

    Ancient Aliens... entertaining show.

    Some of their theories is just enough to make you think, but with each new episode comes a more crackpot theory.

    They should have quit while they were ahead. Now they are really reaching.


  112. LizKauai:

    Thanks for the reality check, ST.
    I paid the Te'o spin no mind and no clicks.

    As for feeling pride/shame about folks from Hawaii... it comes with being ohana. It's a good thing in moderation and in an environment of loving support and personal humility.
    Qualities a lot of communities strive for.

    So win or lose... UH Athletics is loved and supported.
    GO, *.Bows!


  113. Kevin:

    Do I think other life exists out there? It has to. Only humans are arrogant enough to think we are the only ones.

    Do I think they've visited? Not really. If intelligent life is out there with the technology to travel here, it would be a WASTE of their time.


  114. Kevin:

    Again ST speaks with reason. Hawaii WILL be fine. The spring sports are ready to kick start 2013!!!

    Better off spending time at the ballpark for UH baseball and softball or catching UH hoops and vball than cooped indoors and glued to your computers.


  115. Buffoman:

    #113 Yes and there's a colony on the moon that NASA knows about and will not talk about, and how did those people build Machu Pichu and how did those native on that small island in the Pacific, Ponhpei (sp?) move those big rocks to build that vast temple that looks like an Inca temple?


  116. Kevin:

    See. Exactly what I mean. :cool:


  117. Chicken Grease:

    Aliens. OOOOOOO.K, heh, mercy.


  118. d1shima:

    Well stated, WarriorMojo.

    25 or 6 to 4?


  119. Annoddah Dave:

    @#118, d1: LOL! Did you go to the concert? Some of the dudes are old but they still manage to bang out a good sound.


  120. d1shima:

    AD,

    No. It's too dang loud! ;-) :cool: :-)


  121. wafan:

    WHAT YOU SAID?


  122. kev-1:

    I'm hooked already. I need another scandal to break out so I can get my daily fix.


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  124. Kevin:

    Kev-1,

    The woman that was the head of the "Dear Abby" thing died and her real name wasn't Abigail.

    You might wanna sit down and maybe get a glass of water.


  125. redzone:

    Ben Jay will be on 1420 in ablut 10 minutes.


  126. kev-1:

    To all the blog ladies,

    Given the circumstances, I will be requiring physical proof of your existence before anything romantic can develop between us.


  127. Annoddah Dave:

    @#126, kev-1: Hey, that works both ways! j/k


  128. Da Punchbowl Kid:

    # 13 -

    "In my previous life, I used to joke that I only liked to hear one side of the story as hearing both sides only confused me. That is perhaps why I don't like to throw stones until all the facts are brought out.

    'nuf said."

    It will be what it will be. I agree with the Judge, who judgeth not.

    #5 -

    +1


  129. Shoko:

    A quote from new Nevada head coach, Brian Polian who recruited Manti Teo at ND: "This is not the young man that I know. This is not the family that I know."

    Polian also said he's not sure Te'o "owes the general public an explanation" on the situation. But said he does owe NFL teams an answer.

    Would be nice to be a fly on the wall during those NFL interviews.


  130. Shoko:

    Anyway, not sure this will have a huge impact on his draft stock. If anything, the pyschological effects of this situation might affect his combine numbers. Its the potential endorsements that will be impacted heavily if this isn't cleared up, tho. Meaning no pictures on Wheaties boxes.


  131. SteveM:

    RE: #126
    kev-1 -- good idea. Please let us know when you run into Koa-Mahu.


  132. d1shima:

    :shock:


  133. PurpleMaple:

    I donno Kevin, we visit zoos for entertainment, why wouldn't aliens visit Earth for entertainment. "Jeez, just look at those creatures." "They're actually trying to fly to space." "How weird."


  134. wafan:

    SteveM . . .

    Kev-1 should be cautioned that sometimes there can be TMI.

    Egads!


  135. Chicken Grease:

    Pomai:
    January 17th, 2013 at 8:19 am

    All this talk reminds me of this old saying, “Don’t judge a man until you have walked a mile in his shoes”.

    2nd part to this quote is, "Then, you'll be a mile away with a new pair of shoes."


  136. gobows:

    supposedly Manti Te'o received a call from his gf on Dec 6 while at the ESPN Home Depot College Football Awards Show in Orlando. on Dec 8, at the Heisman Trophy presentation in NYC, MT was interviewed by ESPN:

    Chris Fowler: There were a lot of cameras around you this year, there was so much public sharing of very private moments, which shared moment will you never forget above the others?
    Manti Te'o: I think I’ll never forget the time when I found out that, you know, my girlfriend passed away...

    http://www.awfulannouncing.com/2013/january/manti-te-o-talked-about-his-girlfriend-passing-away-at-the-heisman-trophy-presentation.html


  137. gobows:

    Rainbow Wahine Softball going camo for a military appreciation game in April.

    https://twitter.com/UHawaiiSoftball/status/292113018521804801/photo/1


  138. Shoko:

    If anyone is interested in the Wahine BB game against Pacific, it can be caught on BW TV.
    http://www.bigwest.org/story.asp?story_id=16354

    Didn't know Destiny King was Keala King's sister. Keala would have been a good get for Gib.


  139. Chicken Grease:

    Holy God, gobows. Think you got the mother lode of implication in this situation.

    He either met her face-to-face or he didn't. And if he met her face-to-face, Coach Kelley wouldn't have been left w/few options than to let Manti go to her funeral (we talking the death of his girlfriend.)

    How do you call someone your GF if you've never met her?

    There's no Hercule Poirot to come 'splain stuff, you know? Just ask Armstrong, too.

    Man (pardon the pun; a Grease is working on it folks) . . . this is The Usual Suspects-class denouement.

    # # #


  140. gobows:

    1st there was planking
    then came Tebowing
    there's also Kaepernicking
    and now Te'oing

    http://instagram.com/p/UmD6ApxOZu/
    http://blog.sfgate.com/49ers/2013/01/16/our-favorite-fan-kaepernicking-shots/


  141. Shoko:

    “A lie can moves half way around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes.”


  142. Shoko:

    Speaking of Kaepernicking, saw this video with this cute girl throwing a Kap rap.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5PsGReKLho


  143. jeezy33:

    Is it official that Muir is going to Georgia Tech?


  144. Kekoa:

    Manoa Mist

    I just wanted to acknowledge your post from yesterday. Thank you for your understanding. It was an incident he was involved with that defined his true character. The worst part was that he kept doing it! He forgot that people notice these things and never forget.


  145. Kekoa:

    Sorry...I didn't mean to yell @145 above.

    Peace.


  146. Shadow:

    "Adding to his many accolades & runner up to the Heisman, the winner of the first "Liesman" & Oscar for sports drama is . . ."


  147. gobows:

    #144 ???

    Christopher Watts ‏@christopherbro
    Ex teammate Blake Muir transferring from University of Hawaii to Georgia Tech. All the best homie! #UHWarriors #GeorgiaTech

    is that an Aussie teammate of Blake's?


  148. gobows:

    Wahine lose to pacific 61-71
    Martin and Kuehu score 18 apiece.


  149. jm2375 (iPad):

    And in other news, UH infuses $1B into the local economy, according to UHERO. UH gets about 22.5% of its funding from the State General Fund. Is that normal for a state university, or is it lower, higher than other schools?

    Although one can think of the UHM as if it were one of many businesses or industries in Hawai‘i, an important difference between UHM and most private businesses is that UHM gets a substantial part of its funding from taxpayers. In FY2012, UHM and the supporting RCUH (Research Corporation of the University of Hawai‘i) spent a total of $878 million in support of its education mission; the State General Fund paid $198 million of the total. Adding money spent by the privately funded UH Foundation, spending by students, out-of-town visitor spending related to UHM sponsored professional meetings and conferences brings total UHM-related expenditures to $1.40 billion in FY2012, 90% of which was spent locally.

    Overall, the $1.40 billion of education-related expenditures attributable to UHM generated $2.45 billion in local business sales, $735 million in employee earnings, $131 million in state tax revenues, and slightly under 20,000 jobs in Hawai‘i in FY2012. This represented approximately 3.4% of total jobs, 2.5% of worker earnings, and 2.2% of total state tax revenues.

    http://mauitvnews.com/blog/2013/01/15/uh-infuses-more-than-1b-into-state-economy/


  150. gobows:

    more of the Manti mystery...
    MT's uncle Alema Te'o goes on air with SLC radio station 1280 the Zone:

    http://www.csnchicago.com/ncaa/notre-dame/irish-talk/Radio-interview-sheds-light-on-Teos-rela?blockID=824541&feedID=630


  151. al:

    144. & 149....transferring does not necessarily mean that he is on scholarship.


  152. Hawkpeter:

    Jumping the gun people.

    Just considering that school at this stage. Its one of 5 offers at the moment.

    Rest assured when anything is confirmed I will post it here, but that will be after visits next week.


  153. laulau head:

    According to a comment on HawaiiFootball . Net FB page, Georgia Tech is one of five schools that Blake Muir is considering...hasn't commited yet.


  154. Kevin:

    Just simply chicken skin seeing a decent sized student section all wearing matching shirts in alternating OFFICIAL AND TRADITIONAL UH SCHOOL COLORS GREEN AND WHITE.

    Great job by all that organized it!!!


  155. gobows:

    Vander Joaquim scores his 1001st point in his UH career...


  156. Kevin:

    Another more newsworthy UH-related piece:

    Big man #15 Vander Joaquim becomes the 15th player in UH history to score 1,000 career points!

    GO BOWS!!!


  157. Chicken Grease:

    Heh, Vander on the comeback trail! Hope these b-ball Warriros can get to a "dance."


  158. laulau head:

    #154...
    Who's the other four??


  159. cavewarrior:

    not about us directly... but lots of references to local sports folks. nice read on Neil Everett.
    http://portlandtribune.com/pt/12-sports/126669-this-is-neil-everett-%20from-oregon-to-espn%20%20


  160. st. anthony trojan:

    HE HE HE.... this is very good..a good education is always worth millions if you graduate from Punahou...Looks to me Te'o did himself one better then Samuel Crowningberg Amalu.... huh ???...lest we all forget (4 those of us old enough)....not to worry this will blow over also... but always good for few laughs...in years to come...no hu hu.....IMUA


  161. Chicken Grease:

    Heh. That should've, ahem, read "b-ball Warriors"; not "Warrios."


  162. jm2375 (iPad):

    Way to go basketbows!
    Congrats to Vander.


  163. d1shima:

    Auryte BasketBows!

    Congratulations Vander...


  164. d1shima:

    Jmxxxx,

    I resemble that remark! ;-)


  165. papajoe2:

    Congrats to Vander on scoring 1,000+ career points.
    Shot blocking down for him. Seems to have his hands by his knees on defense instead of by his shoulders. By the time he swats at the ball, a little too slow. Big men always should have their hands up and let the forwards and guards worry about the dribbler, etc..


  166. kev-1:

    Congrats to the bball Warriors. Good win, but what's with all the turnovers this year? We have to be on pace for some kind of record.

    Sorry to hear about the Wahine loss. Still like the direction that team is moving in. They will bounce back.


  167. Kevin:

    Great imagery of the team going over to a great student section showing tonight to thank them for showing up.

    Great coordination with the alternating green and white matching shirts!


  168. Kevin:

    Rainbow Wahine should bounce back. Coach Beeman has done a good job with making corrections this season. Kuehu had a great statistical night I believe.


  169. kapakahi:

    #153,

    Will definitely be on scholarship.....thanks to actual live game action film footage from starting and playing in 12 games was available for these 5 potential suitors to evaluate.....whereas there was none at the beginning of last season.

    This video.....on fellow Aussie mate Adam Gotsis......who UH had the initial recruiting shot at last year but decided to pass......pretty much explains the Aussie / Georgia Tech connection.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wl8EaI9D8Fw


  170. Kevin:

    As for those UA cammo softball jersey's for Military Appreciation Night, they in fact will not "replace" the traditional "Power in Pink" game for breast cancer awareness, that will still take place as usual.


  171. kapakahi:

    #172,

    Care to guess who helped trained Adam back in Australia before getting to Georgia Tech last season (on scholarship)?

    Hmmm......

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxkFXIuy7cY


  172. cocobean:

    Good crowd tonight. Only Midnight Madness attracted more students who are the missing element for a true home court advantage. Hope they show up for the rest of the games.

    Turnovers. Gib is still holding open auditions for point guard. Until he settles on one guy it's going be hard for the team to settle in a rhythm. The offense is out of sync all too often.

    Caught the 1st half of the Wahine game online thought they had a chance to comeback in the 2nd. Judging by the final score points for both teams must have been hard to come by in the 2nd.


  173. jeezy33:

    174. U seem to have the connections with the UH coaches. Need to get them to check out Neil Lomax kid, Mitch Lomax. Kid is already developed physically at 6-4 240. He already looks more athletic and bigger than any of our current TEs. Not exactly sold on our depth at that spot yet.

    http://www.hudl.com/athlete/470218/highlights/17341380


  174. kapakahi:

    #177,

    My connection used to be some of the past recent assistant coaches.....but now just the players, friends, and family.....and the local HS coaches.

    You've already demonstrated that you definitely have the better "connections" with the UH coaches.


  175. kapakahi:

    #177,

    Still somewhat disturbed about current UH coaches dropping the ball on Hala'api'api last year.....despite inside efforts to assist. Might wanna ask LGW about that one.


  176. gobows:

    remember lomax throwing for 400 yards and portland state scoring 100+ points in a game...then got to see him play in the pro bowl


  177. al:

    well, i will reserve any further comment regarding blake muir.
    those that know me or have discussed this subject matter with me know my thoughts.

    ...nuff said


  178. 3-Prong:

    Smart of Gib to have his team walk & high5 past the student section(?) after the game to encourage attendance.

    Manti, the silence is deafening.


  179. kapakahi:

    Good luck in the future to the young Aussie!

    Definitely departing.....so any further comments not really necessary.


  180. Chicken Grease:

    Man, this m'f' situation is on INSIDE EDITION[!]. Showed his parents house and all. My hero O'Reilly used to host Inside Edition!!!!

    Nice win for Warrios . . . ahhhh, joking, Warriors tonight. Wahine warriors . . . get hep, onegaishimasu.


  181. Kevin:

    3-Prong,

    Yup, at the end of the day, literally, the best and only real newsworthy news for UH fans is Vander's milestone and a great showing by the students!!!

    GO BOWS!!!


  182. Kevin:

    Wahine get help? Someone doesnt obviously have an attention span to UH's female student-athletes and the progression of their programs and has never paid attention to this year's team under Coach Beeman.

    Not surprising, one ignorant comment made following another previously about how the ICON Dave Shoji should be taking notes from Gib Arnold.

    Onto the weekend!


  183. SteveM:

    187
    Kevin -- CG said the Wahine should get hep. I thought it said "help" at first glance, but hep is a slang from the 1960's (could be 50's) I guess. It also means get "hip" or fashionable/in it.

    I'm not sure of the time frame, but we used "hip" and "hep" in high school. Maybe Al can tell more, because he was always more "hep" than me.... :roll:

    g'nite everyone!


  184. PowderPuff:

    NICE win by the 'Bows tonight, but yes....gotta cut down on those turnovers. Yikes!

    Thank you, Tsaikos, who have joined Nā Koa. It is a nice touch to get a personal phone call from the student athletes/coaches too. Anyone would like to go to the National Letter of Intent Day Reception at Willows on Wednesday, February 6? Let Stretch or me know: http://nakoa.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/2013-Letter-of-Intent_Oahu_FINAL.pdf

    At this point, I'm starting to feel sorry for Manti. I may be old-fashioned and/or cautious, but I think the damage to his reputation is approaching irreparable. The Te'o family has received some AWFUL public relations guidance and it's costing them way more than money.


  185. PowderPuff:

    And is it true about Tiger proposing to Elin? WOW! That is GREAT....hope he starts playing better too. He just missed the cut in Abu Dhabi.


  186. wafan:

    Happy Aloha Friday!


  187. wafan:

    Bravissimo, Vander!

    A thousand one whoo-hoo's to you!!!


  188. WarriorMojo:

    This post is about the Teo situation so please stop reading if that subject makes your panties bunch up. You should probably also avoid ESPN, SI, CNN, Twitter, Facebook, ANY newspaper, ANY news broadcast, and ANY human interaction whatsoever for the next couple weeks since the rest of the country cares even if you don't.

    Anyway, not much happening with Te'o today since he foolishly remains silent. Do his handlers think this is going to blow over, that people will simply forget? Not a chance in hell. The longer he waits, the worse it will be since he'll also have to explain why it took so LONG for him to speak up. Unless, of course, Manti plans NEVER to speak to the media again. Yeah, right. But the situation is going from horrible to worse, to wit:

    As reported in the SA, Teo invoked his dead girlfriend to the media on at least two separate occasions AFTER he supposedly found out it was a hoax. How can that mean anything, except that he was in on this? Manti will now also have to explain his timeline for events since ND's timeline makes him look bad.

    Manti's uncle in Utah gave an interview in which he insinuates that Tuiasosopo is to blame for the hoax. The dynamic involved in that part of the story is FASCINATING. Seems pretty clear that Tuiasosopo was indeed heavily-involved so logically Te'o should step up and let fly.

    The problem, though, is that Tuiasosopo ain't gonna be the fall guy. If Manti comes after him, he likely will return fire with everything he has. What that might be, I don't know, but I'm guessing that issue is what is preventing Manti from coming forward. Does he speak up and toss Tuiasosopo under the bus at the risk of being dragged down himsef? Of course IF Manti was completely victimized by Tuiasosopo, then there should be nothing to fear.

    Tuiasosopo is apparently no stranger to the tragic-car-accidents-for-sympathy thing. It was revealed that he tried out for The Voice, telling producers that:

    "he and his cousins started a Christian band together and were on their way to perform at a youth conference in Nevada when they got into a "massive" car accident. He claimed a truck crashed into their vehicle, sending them flip-flopping all over the freeway. He also said doctors thought one of them might have been brain-dead, but miraculously, everyone was fine."

    Tuiasosopo's dad was also in the news yesterday, basically defending his son: "I know so much has been splattered all over the media about my son & my family. I also know that many who were born in a manger in Bethlehem & continue to walk on water will undoubtedly express their opinions. Those of you who know us the best still love us the most. It my hope & prayer that we allow the truth to take its course, wherever that may lead. My heart goes out to Manti & the Te'o Aiga. Please allow this young man to pursue his dream without judgement. He's an amazing role model for our youth and Samoan community."

    How's that for humility? Guess I know where the son gets his arrogance, but I can't help but think that this is a bit of a warning shot to the Teos as well.

    Finally, Reagan Mauia clarified that Troy Polamalu wants no part of this mess. Unlike Reagan, Troy apparently has no memories of meeting someone who never existed, in Samoa or anywhere else.

    My goodness, what news to come?


  189. wafan:

    Some folks like to dig holes for themselves.

    Some dig just a shallow hole.

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